The Ivy League announced in a statement on Wednesday afternoon that it would be canceling all spring sporting events for the remainder of the semester due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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The Ivy League Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournaments scheduled for March 13 to 15 have been canceled, the League office announced on Tuesday.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. — For the second straight night, the outcome wasn't decided until the final buzzer sounded. But this time, Penn men’s basketball found a way to win when it needed it most.
NEW HAVEN, Conn. — A turnover. A made shot. Another turnover.
With two weeks remaining until the end of the regular season, Penn men's basketball (5-5 Ivy) sits alone in fifth place in the Ivy League standings. Here's how the Quakers could jump into the top four of the standings, which would qualify them for the Ivy League Tournament.
Penn Athletics and Penn men’s basketball received sanctions from the NCAA on Wednesday for the bribery scandal involving former coach Jerome Allen.
Penn men’s basketball looked to be well on its way to a sixth straight win late in the first half on Saturday, with the team leading by double-digits over Brown and controlling play on both sides of the floor. Then, things turned around very quickly, and the Bears were the ones able to cruise to a comfortable win. Here’s what we learned from a surprising and demoralizing Penn loss.
It’s never smart to make these kinds of predictions too early, but Penn men’s basketball has shown enough.
Penn men’s basketball won its fourth consecutive game (and third in Ivy League play) with a 76-67 victory over Columbia on Saturday afternoon. Here’s what we learned from the Red and Blue’s tight win.
On Nov. 13, Penn Athletics posted a brief press-release titled “Remainder of Penn Volleyball Season Cancelled” on its website. Since then, The Daily Pennsylvanian has spoken to numerous sources on the condition of anonymity who claimed to have knowledge of the situation. More than two months after “vulgar and offensive” posters were discovered in the Penn volleyball locker room, here is what we do and don’t know about the season-ending scandal.
Heading into Ivy League play, Penn men’s basketball’s offense was cooking.
VILLANOVA, Pa. — The Quakers put a scare into Nova Nation again, but this time, they weren't able to pull off the upset.
VILLANOVA, Pa. — The Quakers came in looking for another upset, and they have their work cut out for them in order to pull it off.
BOSTON — Football is a game of inches.
There’s some good news for Penn men’s basketball heading into the new season. The team’s leading scorer, rebounder, passer, and shot blocker are all returning this year. The twist? They're all the same person.
NEWARK, Del. — The game came down to one play. With 2:24 left in the fourth quarter, Penn football lined up from the Delaware two-yard line. If the Quakers could find the end zone, they would lead 29-28, giving a defense that had just come up with a big stop a chance to seal the win. If they failed, the Blue Hens would get the ball back, needing only one first down to ice the game.
For Kevin Morris, practice doesn’t really start until a player mixes up the simplest of directions.
The fall sports season is just around the corner — the first kickoff features women's soccer on Aug. 30, when the group takes on Stanford in Palo Alto, Calif. With last year's senior leaders gone from campus, the Daily Pennsylvanian Sports editors took a look at which underrated underclassmen are poised for breakout seasons. Here are the three little known players most poised to fill the shoes of departing seniors.
There are plenty of big moments in Penn Athletics history, from the undefeated football team of 1897 to the upset of No. 17 Villanova at the Palestra a year ago. This year brings a fresh slate of big games to Penn's campus — here are five dates Penn sports fans should circle on their calendars this academic year.
Penn’s connections to the state of New York run deep. It’s one of the most heavily represented states in the undergraduate population, thousands of alumni live there, and many current students will end up moving there after graduation. It might be no surprise, then, that Penn women’s lacrosse finds its roots in New York as well.